TD Mobile Phone Standard Refuses to Die
Government support and China Mobile’s persistence have kept China’s homegrown standard alive – and eyeing growth.
Apple Gives China a Taste, But No iPhone
After two decades in China, the maker of Mac computers and iPods is opening its first retail outlet on the mainland.
Socks City in Uproar as Magnate Vanishes
The founder of a major textile company in Yiwu has disappeared after allegedly borrowing billions from local creditors.
Power Producers Forecast First Half Losses
Leading electricity providers have issued loss warnings due to substantial increases in prices for power plant coal.
China's Alternative Vehicles at a Crossroad
Researchers, policymakers and automakers are struggling to plot a course for an alternative vehicle industry still in its infancy.
House Price Rises Slow Down
Property advisors predict that China's housing price-to-income ratio will return to a reasonable level by 2011.
Tough Time for Sewing Machine Manufactures
Sewing machine manufactures in China are facing a hard time as demand drops due to closedown of textile companies.
Battle over National Standard for Mobile TV
The continuing dispute over a national standard has created more uncertainty for the future of mobile TV services in China.
Container Firm Takes Over Port Developer
Control of a Shanghai-based terminal developer would shift to China Shipping Container Lines from the buyer's parent.
Tobacco Factory Reports Huge Arson Loss
Police blame a security guard for the blaze at a Hongta-China Tobacco factory, where wage complaints are common.
CNOOC Finds Overseas Match in Norway
CNOOC's previous overseas buyout attempts fell through, but now it's poised to buy a Norwegian oil drilling company.
China National Gold Wins Largest Deposit Bid
China’s largest gold producer has secured exploration rights to 158 tons of proven gold reserves for 2.18 billion yuan.
China’s Chery Eyes Volvo
China's independent auto manufacturer is plumbing banks and private equity firms in preparation for a buyout of Volvo.
Western Mining’s Australia Deal Approved
Western Mining is approved to buy FerrAus amid rising concern that Australia is tightening regulation on Chinese investments.
Wahaha Workers Claim 'Sign or Else' Scare
Employee coercion may be involved in an open letter criticizing a Caijing report on a Three Gorges relocation project.
Unlicensed Video Sites Find Plenty of Cash
Investors have pumped more than US$ 100 million into a pair of online video sites still awaiting licenses from Chinese regulators.
Sewing Machine Maker Gets Debt Relief
Feiyue’s lenders are easing up, but the sewing machine maker’s symptomatic crisis continues.
Largest Steel Maker Emerges in Hebei
China's largest steelmaker inaugurated in Hebei – the province's first step to integrating its solid steel industry.
Yellow Light for Sinosteel’s Murchison Bid
Australia has decided to spend more time studying Sinosteel’s plan to buy an additional stake in ore supplier Murchison.
Haier Integrates Household Appliance Business
Haier Group is restructuring household appliance assets by integrating businesses into subsidiary Qingdao Haier.
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